Green Revolution

“We Started As a Hungry Nation” but Trees on Farms Are Now Key

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Interview with Secretary Chhabilendra Roul of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, the powerhouse which coordinates research and education in 98 national institutes, 14 national research centres, including India’s Central Agroforestry Research Institute, and 73 agricultural universities. In 2018 he visited the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) in Nairobi to review ICAR and ICRAF’s collaboration and spoke to Cathy Watson about trees and the shock he got when he was sent to the Punjab from lush biodiverse Odisha.

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Interview with Secretary Chhabilendra Roul of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, the powerhouse which coordinates research and education in 98 national institutes, 14 national research centres, including India’s Central Agroforestry Research Institute, and 73 agricultural universities. In 2018 he visited the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) in Nairobi to review ICAR and ICRAF’s collaboration and spoke to Cathy Watson about trees and the shock he got when he was sent to the Punjab from lush biodiverse Odisha.

As Global Population Rises, Mars, Incorporated Partners at Lindau Meeting to Drive Interdisciplinary Approach to Food Security

Nobel Laureate Steven Chu joins Mars, Incorporated’s Chief Agricultural Officer, Howard-Yana Shapiro and more than 100 young researchers to discuss sustainable nutrition for a global population expected to top 9 billion by 2050
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LINDAU, Germany, June 30, 2015 /3BL Media/ - A record number of 65 laureates and over 650 young scientists are meeting in Germany to bridge the scientific disciplines of physiology and medicine, physics and chemistry and mark the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. This morning, Mars, Incorporated and more than 100 leading young scientists addressed the topic of “Feeding the 9.6 Billion” in an interactive panel discussion and Q&A session.

Monsanto Chief Technology Officer Calls for Continued Agriculture Innovation at Borlaug Centennial Celebration

World Food Prize Laureate Robb Fraley Outlines Population Growth and Climate Change Challenges, Highlights Potential of Emerging Technologies to Safely Boost Food Production
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CUIDAD OBREGON, MEXICO, Mar. 28, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Norman Borlaug, the father of the Green Revolution, is widely credited with advancing agriculture to save 1 billion lives. While celebrating Borlaug’s legacy this week, Monsanto Chief Technology Officer and 2013 World Food Prize Laureate Robb Fraley outlined the need for continued innovation to feed a population that is expected to grow by more than 2 billion people by 2050.

Celebrating Norman Borlaug's Legacy on his 100th Birthday

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Today is the centennial of the birth of Dr. Norman Borlaug, who became the father of the Green Revolution and later, the founder of the World Food Prize.

Green Revolution Provides Sustainable Solutions For All

Simple Steps to Save Energy, Water and Money with Green Revolution
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Green Revolution, based in Florida, is helping people across the country to green their homes and their lives.  The important steps that work best these days are the win-win solutions that help people save money right away, as well as helping the environment. “We choose environmentally friendly products that save energy, water, and waste because they also save money and the goal is to get more people involved in this Green Revolution,” said Jonathan Friedman, CEO of Green Revolution and one of its founders.  

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Green Revolution, based in Florida, is helping people across the country to green their homes and their lives.  The important steps that work best these days are the win-win solutions that help people save money right away, as well as helping the environment. “We choose environmentally friendly products that save energy, water, and waste because they also save money and the goal is to get more people involved in this Green Revolution,” said Jonathan Friedman, CEO of Green Revolution and one of its founders.  

Green Revolution Gives Students Careers for the Future

College students gain work experience and earn money working as Green Consultants
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While the Great Recession has been declared officially over, the economic wreckage is still with us and will take years to repair. Unemployment is stuck near 10% it will be 2013 or later until unemployment falls to pre-recession levels. The problem is particularly bad for young people, with unemployment reaching over 50% for those between ages 16 and 24 during the summer. Tired of waiting for someone else to give them a job, many young people are turning to green consulting with companies like Green Revolution to create their own jobs. Get in touch with them to see how you can be a part of it. The more that they succeed, the more that we all do.

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While the Great Recession has been declared officially over, the economic wreckage is still with us and will take years to repair. Unemployment is stuck near 10% it will be 2013 or later until unemployment falls to pre-recession levels. The problem is particularly bad for young people, with unemployment reaching over 50% for those between ages 16 and 24 during the summer. Tired of waiting for someone else to give them a job, many young people are turning to green consulting with companies like Green Revolution to create their own jobs. Get in touch with them to see how you can be a part of it. The more that they succeed, the more that we all do.

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